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1 Jeopardy Review Game

2 Characters Identifying Key Events Notable Quotable Characters Fact or Fiction

3 Characters Identifying Key Events Notable Quotable Characters Fact or Fiction

4 I am Abigail’s friend who escapes with her. Mercy Lewis

5 I am the witch expert who came into Salem hoping to help identify the witches. I tried to stand up and do what is right when I realized it was all a hoax. Rev. Hale

6 At first I accused people of being witches, and then I became afraid and testified that the whole ordeal was a hoax. The problem is no one believed me, so I changed my story again. Mary Warren

7 I am an older man whose wife is arrested as a witch for reading too much. I am put to death by stones being placed on my chest until I could no longer breathe. Giles Corey

8 I am the teen-age girl who basically started the Salem witch trials with my accusations. Abigail Williams

9 I love my wife so much that I will risk public censor in order to save her life John Proctor

10 I am a bitter woman who lost seven babies in childbirth. Ann Putnam

11 I am a bitter man who uses the witch trials to my advantage by buying up land from those convicted of being witches Thomas Putnam

12 I am the head judge of The Salem Witch Trials Danforth

13 My husband says that my judgmental heart would freeze beer Elizabeth Proctor

14 Proctor and Elizabeth fight over Proctor seeing Abigail alone Act II

15 Mary Warren tells the court that Abigail is a fraud. Act III

16 Mary Warren gives Elizabeth a poppet. Act II

17 There are riots in Andover. Act IV

18 Elizabeth hounds John to tell the court that Abigail is a fraud. Act II

19 John Proctor confesses to committing adultery. Act III

20 Ruth Putnam has her eyes open but is not awake Act I

21 Elizabeth Proctor is arrested. Act II

22 Abigail thrusts a needle in her stomach. Act II

23 Abigail accuses Tituba of being a witch. Act I

24 “You are pulling Heaven down and raising up a whore.” John Proctor

25 “I know how you clutched my back behind your house and sweated like a stallion whenever I came near!” Abigail Williams

26 “No, no, sir, I don’t truck with no Devil!” Tituba

27 “He have his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him!” Elizabeth Proctor

28 “What’ll we do? The village is out! I just come from the farm; the whole country’s talkin’ witchcraft! They’ll be callin’ us witches, Abby!” Mary Warren

29 “I do not judge you. The magistrate sits in your heart that judges you.” Elizabeth Proctor

30 “And do you know that near to four hundred are in the jails from Marblehead to Lynn, and upon my signature?” Danforth

31 “Excellency, it is a natural lie to tell; I beg you, stop now before another is condemned! I may shut my conscience to it no more private vengeance is working through this testimony!” Rev. Hale

32 “There is no blush about my name.” Abigail Williams

33 “Mr. Parris, you are a brainless man!” Danforth

34 The Puritans believed in the existence of witches and the work of the devil. True

35 McCarthy accused citizens of being witches. FALSE

36 Communism could be defined as a “witch hunt” of the 1950s. FALSE

37 Rebecca Nurse is pleased John will not be hung. FALSE

38 At the beginning of the play, the audience learns that Rev. Parris is a very popular minister. FALSE

39 Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible in order to point out the danger of McCarthyism. TRUE

40 The crisis point of the play is when John Proctor yells, “God is dead.” FALSE

41 In Act II, Mary Warren tells the Proctors that 39 have been arrested. TRUE

42 At the end of Act III, Hale’s belief in the court system is firm. FALSE

43 In Act IV, Elizabeth blames only John for his sin of adultery. FALSE


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